Anna Kendrick models two chic matching ensembles while on promo tour for her film Alice, Darling


Anna Kendrick models a plaid skirt suit before switching into a colorful outfit as she chats up her latest film Alice, Darling

Anna Kendrick modeled two chic outfits in New York City on Wednesday morning.

The actress, 37, donned a colorful skirt suit then another set, this time in beige plaid, while on a promo tour for her film Alice, Darling.

The thriller drama follows a young woman facing psychological abuse from her partner – which, she recently divulged, holds several comparisons to her own past experience with a toxic ex-boyfriend.

Stepping out: The actress donned two eye-catching matching jacket and skirt sets while on a promo tour for her film Alice, Darling

Multiple looks: Anna Kendrick, 37, modeled two eye-catching matching jacket and skirt sets while on a promo tour for her film Alice, Darling in New York City on Wednesday morning

While arriving at CBS Studios to talk about her recent film – which premiered on December 30 – the Pitch Perfect star wore a neutral plaid, mid-length jacket with neon yellow details and black buttons.

The Emmy-nominated actress sported the matching miniskirt and a pastel yellow top for her appearance on CBS Mornings.

The Twilight alum donned camel, suede, and pointed-toe heels and carried a navy-and-white, patterned clutch.

Chic: While arriving at CBS Studios to talk about her recent film - which premiered on December 30 - the Pitch Perfect star wore a neutral plaid, mid-length jacket with neon yellow details and black buttons

Chic: While arriving at CBS Studios to talk about her recent film – which premiered on December 30 – the Pitch Perfect star wore a neutral plaid, mid-length jacket with neon yellow details and black buttons

The star of A Simple Favor styled her brunette tresses with loose waves and a blowout.

She wore a simple makeup look with emphasis on full lashes and a coral pink lip. 

Later, the Portland native was spotted leaving the morning talk show in a Moschino cropped jacket with the matching geometric-print midi skirt.

Bold: Later, the Portland native was spotted leaving the morning talk show in a Moschino cropped jacket with the matching geometric-print midi skirt

Bold: Later, the Portland native was spotted leaving the morning talk show in a Moschino cropped jacket with the matching geometric-print midi skirt

She wore a high-neck top – similar to the one she wore previously but in black.

To match, she carried an Alexis Bittar black crocodile purse with gold hoops as the handles.

She also changed into a pair of patent black platform heels with a T-strap.

Her latest film: In Alice, Darling, Kendrick plays a young woman stuck in a toxic relationship with a psychologically abusive boyfriend

Her latest film: In Alice, Darling, Kendrick plays a young woman stuck in a toxic relationship with a psychologically abusive boyfriend

On the talk show: She talked about how psychological abuse gets less attention than physical abuse.

On the talk show: She talked about how psychological abuse gets less attention than physical abuse.

In Alice, Darling, Kendrick plays a young woman stuck in a toxic relationship with a psychologically abusive boyfriend.

The star – who also executive produced the film – has candidly revealed that she drew from her own experience for the film.

On the talk show, she talked about how psychological abuse gets less attention than physical abuse. 

Drawing from her experience: The thriller drama follows a young woman facing psychological abuse from her partner - which, she recently divulged, holds several comparisons to her own past experience with a toxic ex-boyfriend

Drawing from her experience: The thriller drama follows a young woman facing psychological abuse from her partner – which, she recently divulged, holds several comparisons to her own past experience with a toxic ex-boyfriend

‘I think part of the reason people don’t talk about is [because] it feels embarrassing,’ she said. 

‘I think it’s something so difficult to even put into words and the challenge of creating a film that put you in that experience was a really bold endeavor,’ she added.

‘Halfway through the movie, [viewers are] not sure what to believe,’ she said. ‘And that’s a big part of that experience.

‘Your mind starts to play tricks on you and you don’t know if you can trust your own perception and your [own] experience, and the movie kind of puts you in that place.’

She said: 'Your mind starts to play tricks on you and you don't know if you can trust your own perception and your [own] experience, and the movie kind of puts you in that place.'

She said: ‘Your mind starts to play tricks on you and you don’t know if you can trust your own perception and your [own] experience, and the movie kind of puts you in that place.’

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